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Andy Bevin

School

West Virginia University

Position
Forward
Major
Business Administration - MIS

Classroom

Bevin carries a 3.93 cumulative GPA in Business Administration with a focus in Management Information Systems at WVU. He will graduate in May 2015, completing his academic career in just three and a half years. Bevin is a four-time member of the President’s List (4.0) and a one-time member of the Dean’s List (3.5 or better). He also has been on the Garrett Ford Academic Roll all five semesters at WVU.

In 2014, he was named the Capital One Academic All-America of the Year for Division I men’s soccer, a Capital One First Team Academic All-American, a Capital One Academic All-District 2 member and an Academic All-MAC First Team member.

In 2013, he was named a Capital One First Team Academic All-American, a Capital One Academic All-District 2 member, a NSCAA Scholar Second Team All-American, a NSCAA Scholar All-East Region First Team member, an Academic All-MAC First Team member and to the Academic All-Big 12 At-Large Team.

Character

Bevin is the team’s unquestioned leader, evidenced by his two seasons as team captain. He is charismatic, highly competitive, well-spoken and an excellent representative of the soccer program and West Virginia University. Bevin’s commitment to excellence is proven not just on the field, but also

Community

Bevin has participated in numerous community service activities that include volunteering in reading programs at local elementary schools, while also making frequent appearances at local soccer day camps.

Competition

In his four-year career, Bevin finished with 31 goals and 19 assists for 81 points. In the all-time WVU rankings, Bevin is No. 3 in assists, No. 5 in points and No. 7 in goals. On the active NCAA career stats leaders, Bevin is No. 6 in points, No. 6 in goals and No. 13 in assists.

As a senior in 2014, Bevin was named the MAC Player of the Year and to the All-MAC First Team. He started all 19 games, leading the team in goals (13), assists (8) and points (34). He finished with the conference lead in points, while ranking No. 2 in goals and No. 2 in assists. He rank No. 1 in the NCAA in points, No. 7 in goals and No. 13 in assists.

As a junior in 2013, Bevin was named to the NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region Second Team and to the All-MAC First Team. He started all 19 games, leading the team and MAC in goals (9) and points (24). He finished third on the team and fourth in the MAC with six assists. He took a team high 48 shots and 20 shots on goal.

As a sophomore in 2012, Bevin was named to the Al-MAC Second Team and played in 17 matches. He registered two goals and three assists for seven points on 30 shots, playing as a withdrawn forward during the season.

As a freshman in 2011, Bevin was named the Big East Rookie of the Year, also earning NSCAA All-Northeast Region Second Team, All-Big East Third Team and All-Big East Rookie Team honors. Additionally, he was named the ECAC Rookie of the Year and to the CollegeSoccerNews All-Freshman Team. He started all 20 contests, finishing first on the team in goals (seven), second on the team in points (16) and second on the team in shots (43).